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World Humanitarian Day

August 19, 2019

Photo:  UNHCR/James Jumba Charles

Celebrating #WomenHumanitarians

C o u r t e s y ,

2019 WHD Campaign:

#WomenHumanitarians

"This World Humanitarian Day 2019 we honor the work of women in crises throughout the world. We focus on the unsung heroes who have long been working on the front lines in their own communities in some of the most difficult terrains, from the war-wounded in Afghanistan, to the food insecure in the Sahel, to those who have lost their homes and livelihoods in places such as Central African Republic, South Sudan, Syria and Yemen. And we salute the efforts of women aid workers from across the world, who rally to people in need.

Women make up a large number of those who risk their own lives to save others. They are often the first to respond and the last o leave. These women deserve to be celebrated. They are needed today as much as ever to strengthen the global humanitarian response. And world leaders as well as non-state actors must ensure that they – and all humanitarians – are guaranteed the protection afforded to them under international law.

Women humanitarians dedicate their lives to helping people affected by crises. #WomenHumanitarians . . . We want to hear from you."

Above Text Quote Courtesy, United Nations

Yes!

"She" is the Real Hero!

Let's all recognize, . . .

"THANK" . . .

. . . and "SUPPORT"

Women Humanitarians . . .

Around the World!

Humanity Thanks each

and everyone!

Learn more on the following web page:

EPACHA Foundation Extends Sincere Thanks to

United Nations and all who help 

remind the World that . . .

Women are Humanitarian Heroes!

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